Attorney General Holder to FBI Victim: “I Shouldn’t Talk to You”

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Tracy Molm, one of the nine Minneapolis peace activists targeted by the FBI on September 24, 2010, and one of three ordered to appear before a January 2011 Chicago Grand Jury, was one of 10 people who interrupted US Attorney General Eric Holder’s appearance in Minneapolis on May 27. Molm insisted on meeting with Holder and, according to Molm, he had originally agreed to meet her and the other FBI targets but then insisted on meeting with just her. He told her during the discussion that he shouldn’t even be talking to her. Molm and the other targets insist that this is a witch hunt by the FBI to suppress dissent by peace activists in the mode of the 1050s McCarthy Hearings. Molm discusses the details of her meeting with Holder and her disappointment with his dismissal of the issues she raised.

Bill Sorem

Bill Sorem is a longtime advertising professional who started with Campbell Mithun and ended up with his own agency. After a tour as a sailing fleet manager in the Virgin Islands he turned to database programming as an independent consultant. He has written sailing guides for the British Virgin Islands and Belize, and written for a number of blogs. In 2010, he volunteered as a citizen journalist with The UpTake and has stayed on as a video reporter.

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